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"theo fbi" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"To you, you for being with us. For the first three hours of the big show. We're going to kick in. To the nine o'clock hour momentarily. And my gosh, if you gonna talk about a Yes, Cem, Boston Pizza in the house Coming up next. Come on. I'll be a good time Honolulu and I heart radio station. This is a Fox news alert who can skip a mask? And when? On Lisa Brady, the CDC releasing new guidance that could be more incentive to get a clove it back scene, though it's mainly more freedom outside For now, as President Biden hails the nation's progress boxes going all Scott has this live Police president Biden says. It's a sign of progress that masks for the full e vaccinated or no longer require because the science says outdoors gods of getting or giving the virus to others. Is very, very low. The key, he says, is the protections the vaccines have provided. He urged those who are still skeptical. This is a nother great reason the go get vaccinated. Now, And even though the president walked out wearing a mask, he left his remarks to head back inside Mask free. Lisa. Thanks, Colonel Theo FBI is now a part of the investigation into the death of Andrew Brown Jr. Who was shot by sheriff deputies serving search warrants in North Carolina last week. Family attorney Wayne Kendall, Our prelim in erry,.
"theo fbi" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Mike Lee issue number one today a four hour debate over whether it's constitutional to try a former president. Democrats say there is President Lee tells Fox. I think it will take us to a place that's not good for the country. House Democrat impeachment managers were all argue the former president committed a most grievous constitutional crime inciting last month's deadly Capitol attack. Trump legal team calling the trial Nothing more than political theater filing a brief stating, quote Mr Trump used the word fight a little more than a handful of times and each time in the figurative sense that has long have been accepted in public discourse. It was not and could not be construed to encourage acts of violence. This Fox is Griff Jenkins, New York's attorney general, is worried about baby food, urging the FDA to adopt stricter standards. Congressional panel is recommending to keep toxic metals out of baby food. Theo FBI and the Secret Service are on the case of a hacker who tapped into a water system in Florida where Fox is Evan Brown is live. They've somebody hacked into a computer at the water treatment facility in Oldsmar, Florida, a town of 15,000 or so on the north end of Tampa Bay. And it happened with the operator watching the screen was able to take control of the operators Computer and change the sorting hydroxide, which is the lie used in drain cleaners change the level. Very dramatic. Lampanelli take control was in Pinellas County, Florida sheriff Bomb military says Whoever did it used a remote access program to try increasing the amount of Lyon the system by more than 100. Times of what safe Hacker was thwarted and the water is safe to drink. Dave, having a former NFL head coach,.
"theo fbi" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"No crashes on the Saw grass or I 75 your next update in 10 minutes. NewsRadio 16 wi OD. This guy looking so pretty as the sun rises across South Florida not doing too much as far as warming this up. In fact, we're expecting temperatures to drop a degree or two within the next hour or so. We're looking at 38 degrees near Delray. It's nearly 44 degrees in Sunrise, 41 near Coral Gables. It's 701 Theo FBI still investigating Tuesday's deadly child pornography raid and sunrise, the suspect, killing two special agents before killing himself. The FBI identified the suspect as 55 year old Daniel Lea Huber, the computer consultant, was also suspected of violent crimes against Children. When agents executed a search warrant at his apartment in Sunrise. Huber watch those agents threw his ring video doorbell and open fire the moment they entered killing special agents. Laura Schwarzenberger and Daniel often President Joe Biden, hailing them as heroes. Both spent years working on cases involving crimes against Children. It's NBC's Lionel Moyes. Meanwhile, the FBI prepares to bring Berry two of their own. There is light for them. Two of the five agents that were injured in this week's raid are now out of the hospital. 702 Florida reporting nearly 7000 at new coronavirus cases and 197 additional resident deaths, The state's positivity rate for new cases is down slightly to 7.77%. Now the state has recorded over 27,000 resident at since the start of the pandemic That's along with over 459 resident fatalities. Meanwhile, 1.4 million people have received at least one dose of the Corona virus vaccines. And get ready for a vote A Rama taking place in the Senate today when Senate Democrats try to pass the special covert budget reconciliation. Today, Republicans can offer unlimited amendments thought that could last into tomorrow. Senate Republicans will offer amendments in the initial Biden covert rescue plan designed to embarrass or put Democrats in a bind. That includes votes on whether taxpayers should give relief checks to undocumented immigrants or raise small business taxes during the pandemic. It is part of political theater when a minority party can't stop in this case, Democrats getting a simple Senate majority vote on covert relief. That's a B C's Andy Field reporting. Austin Mayor Marty Walsh is in Washington this morning for his confirmation hearing as U S labor secretary. Today, I'll be questioned by members of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee. Walsh is a former union leader who served in the Legislature before being elected mayor in 2014. Resolution to remove Republican Congressman Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments is under the microscope on Capitol Hill today. The House is voting on Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is resolution to kick green off the education and labor and budget committees because she's spreading dangerous conspiracy theories, saying the sandy hook and Parkland massacres were staged in claiming the election was stolen from Donald Trump. Her bizarre claims include blaming the 2018 campfire wildfire in California on a Jewish space laser and dabbling in 9. 11 Truth tourism. Miami's three House Republicans have not yet said how they'll vote, but Carlos Jimenez and Mario Diaz Balart are not in favor of expelling her from Congress. Green says the effort will only result in retaliation for Democrats Wendi Grossman News radio's 6 10 W, Y, O D 704. And even with her best player back, the heat continue losing. They felt the Washington Wizards 103 to 100 last night at the Triple A, I Means lost 10 of their last 13 games to three since Jimmy Butler return to the lineup. We had a 13 point. Second athlete before the Wizard stormed back behind Bradley Bills game high 32 points. Tyler hero led the team with 20 Butler head 19 weren't getting underway to make sure this year's Super Bowl up in Tampa is not just the most fun but the safest homeland. Security officials say there are no credible threats at the moment, but the agency will continue to evaluate intelligence and sharing food with its law enforcement partners. Law enforcement can not be everywhere, though, and folks are being reminded. If you see something, say something and Super Bowl week, obviously getting underway. We are getting ready to hear from the commissioner of the NFL and their halftime act. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will provide an update on the state of the league today in Tampa ahead of Super Bowl 55. Adele is anticipated to address the NFL's effort this past season to play through the covert 19 pandemic, as well as ongoing efforts to bring attention to social justice reform. The commissioner, not the only person addressing the media today, Randy winners the weekend will speak to reporters ahead of the Super Bowl halftime show Sunday. Blinding light singer has sported head bandages for award show performances as a tie into his album after hours. No word if the gods will make an appearance today or Sunday at Raymond James Stadium. That's Matt Napolitano reporting. Well, it turns out 2020 had.
"theo fbi" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Theo, FBI's deadliest day in nearly two decades one Jack Callahan, Fox News Very dark. Okay for the FBI Special agent in charge, George Piro says agents were ambushed as they tried to serve a warrant and a child pornography investigation in suburban Fort Lauderdale. Five agents were shot. Agents Daniel Elfin and Laura Schwarzenberger. Fatally, it takes an incredibly special person to answer the call and do the heroic work. Of an FBI special agent. Requires self sacrifice. Rose says the suspect is also dead. He apparently shot himself in Washington respects for a fallen Capitol Police officer President Biden and the first lady made their way to the rotunda, where Capitol police officer Brian Sick. Nick is being honored. To place their hands over their hearts before the urn holding his remains the lawmakers he was protecting his well asses colleagues also getting a chance to pay a final tribute to signature. Technique was hurt, well, physically engaging with protesters that storm the building January 6th, and he died soon after Fox's Jill NATO reports. Officers sick. Nick will be buried with full honors at Arlington National Cemetery. The administration says it's expanding Corona virus vaccine distribution. The next three weeks, we will provide a minimum. 10.5 million in total doses per week. Across all jurisdictions. That means we have increased supply by more than 20% since we took off and covert 19 response coordinator Jeffs EON says distribution will target groups considered most susceptible to the virus. Covert tracking project reports. Nearly 3500 deaths Tuesday in the U. S have been linked to the coronavirus, the World Health Organization team in China investigating its origins. Visited the Wuhan virology lab and interviewed.
"theo fbi" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"WBC traffic on the threes helpless no plates flying on the North shore right now. Also apple right on the border there where you could see a little bit more snow tonight and we'll check that forecast for you. We have an update in 10 minutes from right now it's cloudy and 32 degrees in Boston. Live local and fiercely independent. This is WBZ news radio. Good Tuesday. I'm Laurie Kirby. Nice to be with you here. The five things you need to know. At 1 45 Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny A sentenced to 2.5 years in prison Body administration says it will begin distributing doses of covert vaccines directly to pharmacies. President Biden will sign orders to review several trump era immigration policies. And the Senate confirms former presidential candidate Pete Buddha judge as transportation secretary, the first openly gay person to be confirmed to the Cabinet. And not all areas are equal. When it comes to the latest nor'easter we sent you sent James RoHaas west to take a look at the snow in Maynard. Snow was piled up on the sidewalk waist high Main streets are looking pretty good, but it's the residential and side streets that still needs some work. Meanwhile, Patrick over here is trying to get to work. Yeah, I thought it was gonna be plowed, but Unfortunately, enacting Douglas tells me he believes up to 23 inches of snow fell, 31 finds no have so tired, very car tried carefully should be fine. Meanwhile, here in Arlington, they got hit with snow but also with rain, creating this mix of nasty slush. In Arlington. James RoHaas WBZ Boston's news radio back to covert for a moment, Dr Anthony Fauci says the CDC is considering a study. To see if they will recommend that the public where two masks it doesn't yet reached the point of unofficial recommendation from the CDC because of the lack of data, But when people tell me or ask me, should I be wearing two masters say, you know if it makes you feel better to do two masks, the chances are you're going to get an enhanced protection. So why not? Go ahead and do it. Dr. Fauci says. The CDC needs official data before making its recommendation. Shootout breaks out in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and two FBI. FBI agents are dead. CBS's Brooke Schaeffer with more I'm Brooke Schaeffer reporting from Sunrise, where the FBI confirms two agents were killed and three were hurt while serving a search warrant this morning. Agent involved. Shooting happened around 6 A.m. Theo FBI says the officers were serving a search warrant in a violent crimes against Children case The subject in this case is also dead, according to the FBI. Police source told CBS for one agent is critically hurt. The deadly shooting is now under investigation by the FBI's inspection division, the FBI said. For now, we will not be releasing the names of the agents who died. That is going to be a blow.
"theo fbi" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You need to trust its way have all the ingredients. Too, Unfortunately, see the possible acceleration of the growth of this movement. We see that there is a leader with demonstrated support for extra legal activity. We see mass grievances perceived by large masses of people. We also now see a deadly focal point event. I'm interested in that phrase all the ingredients. How did you figure out what the recipe is for this kind of violent political movement? Were you looking at past events overseas? Exactly, Steve. So when you have a in the case of the former Yugoslavia, for instance. You have a leader and Slobodon Milosovic who's clearly stoking extremism. You have mass grievances on the part of served, and then, in the early 19 nineties, you have some violence, which served as a focal point to help congeal. All of those ingredients together into a big new kind of mass movement with violence at its core. Someone listening is surely saying, Come on, That's Yugoslavia or that's Iraq. Those air, different places. This is America. I exactly agree with that, Steve today and that's why it's so important. To take seriously the early stages of what's becoming a congealed mass movement before it congeals. The United States, of course, has its own history of violent political movements. Think of the Ku Klux Klan, which rose after the civil war in an earlier era of racial and demographic change. The U. S also has its own specific problems with disinformation. Chris Crabs, the former official who once fought falsehoods about the election, is now studying disinformation for a think tank. And unfortunately, the only way I think we're gonna get past this. And if our leaders those that supported the big lie that voted to overturn the electoral college, they have to own up to what they did. They have to Say that we lied that that this was never true. And it was for a different outcome. And that is the first step towards healing, I think is you have to tell the people you let me just break in. Let me just break into suggest that that seems unlikely. Suppose they never own up to the line. What? What? What is the way forward then? Oh, I am not naive enough to think that they will. They will own up. I am laying out a path to healing. Alternatively, you have to hold them accountable through other means. The new administration is now reviewing the U. S government's response to domestic extremism. Though it's been a problem for many years. It's not clear that the government has kept up. Michael Leiter is a former head of the National Counterterrorism Center. It was started after 9 11 and by law focuses on international threats. So I think the first step to the by an administration is taking is quite a good one to do a comprehensive analysis. Across the U. S government to try to understand how big a problem they have and where that problem is really worst. How does the infrastructure for international terrorism compare with the infrastructure for domestic terrorism? The international infrastructure really towards what the U. S government has for domestic terrorism. Domestic terrorism has always been a little bit of a backwater in the worlds of counterterrorism. Theo FBI is the lead agency with assistance from the Department of Homeland Security, but it relies toe enormous extent. Also on ST Local and tribal officials. What of the legal and political problems that get in the way of attacking a domestic threat? The way that you would an international one? There are certainly many legal challenges in international terrorism. Many of the debates that people are quite familiar with from the past 10 years ranging from interrogations to surveillance. All of those issues become that much more complex. When you're talking about a purely domestic threat. What do you do, he says, if you're an FBI agent and learn of a citizen who is armed and speaking harshly about the government. Americans have a right to be armed and to speak harshly about the government. Law enforcement agencies will have to avoid the sort of profiling of right wing figures that they once used against Muslims at home and abroad. I and others. We made many mistakes and undoubtedly unfairly profiled some individuals based on their religion, not purposely, but the system did that the push from members of Congress Post 9 11 was almost always to do more and really, generally to look past any issues of profiling. I don't think that is going to be the case here. Leiter suspects that today's extremists will enjoy more political protection. He argues their rights should be protected. But the U. S will have to find the right approach to political violence. Now is we've been talking through this problem. NPR's Hannah Lamb has been listening. She covered terrorism for years, including the January 6th attack. And Hannah, How does this threat? Look to you? Standing outside the capital that day On January 6th. I saw all the strands of American extremism in one place. Just kind of all the groups that I cover under one umbrella there, the established groups were there the white nationalist and you Nazis, some of the militia groups. But the most disturbing part is that now side by side with organized violent actors, you have thousands of otherwise ordinary conservatives who are fans of Donald Trump, and they're now also radicalized because they've bought into disinformation and conspiracy theories. So for years now domestic terrorism analyst have been warning that the old left right ideological spectrum is a thing of the past. And that's what we saw in action at the capital that you know, today's far right threat defies easy categorization. Extremists organized online and they have a lot of overlapping grievances. Well, President Trump We should note eventually disowned the violence of the capital and seems even to have disappointed some extremists When he did that. How does he affect this now? He's at least less visible note that he's out of the White House has been deep platform from Twitter. But Trump was seen as the unifying factor for a lot of these disparate groups. So even if specific groups didn't like him or his politics, he was at least seen as useful to their goal of mainstreaming. He repeatedly amplified right wing grievances. Hate speech. He retweeted white nationalists Q and on conspiracy theorists. Urged his supporters to quote fight against these made up claims of election fraud. So now that he's sort of exited from the scene, or at least from such a visible role. We are seeing some splintering and infighting among these groups. But, yes, he's leaving behind millions of supporters who believe those conspiracies such a large block, in fact that some domestic terrorism analysts say it amounts to a mass radicalization. How big a challenge is this for the bite administration? Has already acknowledged that it'll be a national security priority. But terrorism analysts are waiting anxiously to see how he'll address it. Theo old anti jihadist playbook was for a different kind of militancy, and we should note it left a stain on the U. S record of civil rights and civil liberties. So there is recognition that you can't just dust off the old war on terror tactics to come back the far right. We're waiting to see what policies emerged. But so far, what is different is that the Biden administration has shown the political will to tackle this, and analysts say that for a threat that's been historically ignored or played down. That's a start. NPR's Hannah Lam. Thanks. Thank you. This'll.
"theo fbi" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Riverside County are under evacuation warnings because of possible mudslides. The warnings affect some areas near banning and Beaumont to fires toward through last year, which left the land vulnerable to run off during heavy rains and evacuation warning is different from an order, but officials say people should leave now if the evacuation process will take them a lot of time. Such as with large animals. Riverside County has warned people to live in the Santa Ana River bottom to move to higher ground and evacuation warning is in effect for the riverbed because of possibly dangerous runoff from the storm and the National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warnings for SoCal Mountain ranges were up to 3 Ft of Snow is possible before the weekend. The highest snow amounts are expected above 6000 ft. In L. A County and Ventura County Mountain Ranges mountains in the Indian empire can expect up to a foot or even more at the highest elevation. It's one of the men who has been charged in the alleged plot to kidnap the governor of Michigan has pleaded guilty to conspiracy. Let's remember tie. Garvin pleaded guilty to conspiracy, confirming that the plot to take the governor hostage was real garment claims that they were planning to place witness on trial after they kidnapped him. BBC's Pierre Thomas says the man in is the first out of six people who have been arrested to plead guilty to the charges. Theo FBI says the group plan to take Gretchen Whitmer from her Lake House in October because they were upset about covert 19 restrictions from the southern California Toyota dealers. Traffic Center. We make it easy, so roadwork in Serie Toes on the 91 quest downside is you Come away from Studebaker just before the 65 heading toward the six so fine It's emergency guardrail, repairs.
"theo fbi" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Council. Somebody. Jersey's first news 5 44, as we bring in our chief meteorologist Dan zero this morning. So, Dan, we got a lot of stuff really kind of happening here in the next couple of days. Yeah, three big weather headlines to talk about number one is the storm system that's actually going to be a Miss Furniture. Z stunt story number two will be another intrusion of Arctic air some of the coldest there we've seen even in years. And then we are always looking on the horizon for our next storm system. This one could be a pretty impactful one coming at the end of the weekend. Now we start with today probably the nicest and warmest date of the next week. At least we still have some snowflakes and drizzle in northern New Jersey, especially light fog crossing state here this morning. Partly sunny skies will take over after about nine o'clock Be quiet today with high temperatures around the 40 degree mark decreased our high temperature forecast a little bit, just based on the latest model trends tonight will be seasonably cold and dry, with some clouds lows in the mid twenties. And then tomorrow morning, maybe a snow shower brushing past the coast again, This storm system is pretty much a miss for us. Morning sun will give way to afternoon clouds for your Thursday and then Ah, Brisk wind kicks up out of the Northwest gusting to 30 Miles an hour so temperatures will start tumbling tomorrow's highs in the lower to mid thirties. Friday morning lows in the teens with a windshield close to zero, and that's when we start talking about dangerous cold when the cold and the wind can just steal the heat from your body in a very short period of time. Highs on Friday only reached the mid twenties. With wind chill around 10. That would be our coldest day since February, 2019 the weekend looks a little better highs in the thirties. Although the potential is there for another winter storm starting on Sunday into early next week, We'll start piecing together details on that one, probably tomorrow. New Jersey one of 1.5 news time is now 5 45 around the state around the clock. This is New Jersey's first news. Good morning. I'm Eric Scott. Among our top stories this morning in New Jersey, one a 1.5 exclusive, the rich the privilege getting access to the covert vaccine. 100 Medical Center in December should have only been offered to front line health care workers. Theo FBI has now arrested 10 in New Jersey in connection with Capitol Encourage in sports. Nick's fault of the Jazz Flyers topped the Devils Rangers lost to Buffalo Phillies agreed to a five year $115 million deal with all star JT Real Muto. Your bust up Forecast and New Jersey fast. Traffic is next thistles. Eric Scott. I'm Dino. Clammy. I'm Michel Simon. I'm Dan Alexander. I'm Erin Bo. I'm Sergio Bishop. These are the voices of New Jersey One a 1.5 news and digital departments, their people on the streets on the Web and on the air all covering garden State news for you. I'm Chad Robertson. I'm Jen or Solo. I'm David Matthau. I'm Annette. Petra. Chone. I'm Patrick Lab from your neighborhood to the Statehouse. They're here bringing you the information you need. Out on New Jersey one A 1.5 your trusted new source on the air on our app and on NJ 115 dot com New sound of mealtime. The farmer's dog is real food made fresh and.
"theo fbi" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Expect them to drop tomorrow in the lower fifties and stay in the mid fifties. As we go into Wednesday, partly sunny 68 degrees at DFW Airport. This news brought to you by Mueller Inc. Members of the National Guard deployed to Washington, D C or getting the help of barbed fencing and other protective measures ahead of Wednesday's inauguration, DC National Guard Commander Major General William Walker speaking with America's newsroom, We're asking the community to cooperate with us to be patient and understand. This level of security is required so we can have a peaceful transition of presidential power. Do you believe that will be the case on Wednesday? I'm certain of it. The FBI is also betting D C guard members to avoid any inside attack, even though the Army secretary says he's heard of no threats like that. Theo FBI reportedly investigating a tip that a woman who entered the U. S Capitol took a laptop belonging to the House speaker with the intent to sell it to Russia. Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office has yet to confirm whether or not a laptop or hard drive was actually stolen Bill. The FBI in an affidavit describes the criminal case against Riley Williams from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. That It's investigating such acclaim and made by a witness that Williams trying to sell Pelosi's laptop or hard drive to a friend in Russia, who intended to sell it to Russian intelligence in a deal that reportedly fell through and then it appears that Williams is on the run right now, she faces a charge of entering a restricted building and disorderly conduct for her alleged actions inside the U. S. Capitol. Jeff Man. Also Fox News. A wily man is facing federal charges for his alleged involvement in this month's deadly breach of the Capitol building, According to a federal affidavit. Guy ref, it asked his family members not to tell anyone. He was at the Capitol riot and told them quote traders get shot. FBI. Dallas Special agent in charge Matthew to Sarno says a number of tips have led to several arrests. In North Texas hipsters have turned in their friends, neighbors and relatives all increasingly radicalized. Bye. Inflammatory rhetoric if it is charged with obstruction and knowingly entering a restricted building or grounds without lawful authority Governor Greg Abbott is expected to give an update on the state's response to covert 19. Tomorrow, The governor plans to hold a round table discussion with doctors at Houston Methodist Hospital. He's expected to touch on his legislative priorities for ensuring a healthier future for the state. Governor Abbott also expected to give an update on Kobe 19 vaccination efforts. The briefing comes is Texas leads the country in the number of residents vaccinated, but many suburban and rural counties left without vaccine doses as the state and country experience more demand than supply. Clayton Nevil, WB AP News Again the low Tonight, 48, It is 68 degrees. This news also brought to you by Rex.
"theo fbi" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Or anything around it. It's easy. It's safe. Everybody feels like they're in control of it. And so I'm now recommending it to die wires as a hammer alternative. Milwaukee CORDLESS Palm Naylor. All right, I got a lot more to cover, but we're going to go to a break, and when we come back, we're going to go back to the phones. Your home with Dean Sharp. The house was for your calls up next Rob Newton as the news Theo FBI office in Sacramento is preparing for any possible problems in California with the inauguration of Joe Biden. FBI Special agent in Charge Sean Reagan says specialists are ready to respond to potential threats and help with investigations are getting tips and leaves from Both our headquarters from other field offices around the country as to what they're picking up on what they're hearing that might indicate that there's any type of violence plans or criminal activity planned. The D A in Sacramento says anyone involved in criminal behavior in the city or at the state Capitol will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Immigration has been placed at the top of the agenda for California's next U. S. Senator, Democratic Senator designate Alex Padilla says illegal immigrants have filled millions of essential roles during the pandemic must keep essential workers safe. And recognize their role in keeping us safe to do the pandemic. But he is, as those workers have not only earned protections offered by covert relief packages. But security of a A path to citizenship. Period. But he is says he supports legislation from Texas Democratic Congressman Joaquin Castro that would fast track citizenship for immigrants. Essential workers Chris and Carl. Okay, if I knew the news is sponsored by my diamond, the smell good plumber Governor Newsome has kicked up the championship dirt of Dodger Stadium to inspire a vaccination strategy. Newsome says he's not distressed about reports that the Trump administration lied about the amount of vaccine available to the states are result is to get All.
"theo fbi" Discussed on KOMO
"And thanks for checking in with the Comal Morning News, along with Manda Factor, I Greg her shoulder and Frank Lindsay is at the editor's desk. Federal authorities are warning police agencies across the country to be ready for violence on Inauguration Day. Get more from ABC News chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas Theo FBI, fearing seems like this could play out across the nation next week. This is a new FBI bulletin warns violent offenders could overwhelm local, state and federal law enforcement and state houses and government buildings during expected protests. In all 50 states on the fallout continues from the assault on the Capitol More than 30 lawmakers are calling for an investigation into last week's insurrection, describing what they call an extremely high number of outside groups. Being given towards inside the Capitol just one day before the uprising. Democrats claim all tours have been canceled last bring due to the pandemic. Meanwhile, the arrest of those in the capital mob continue to pour in. Why would Sanford, a retired firefighter from Pennsylvania under arrest, accused of loving of fire extinguisher at police? The violent moment captured here? Kevin see free thought to be the man parading through the capital with a Confederate flag arrested in Delaware with his son Hunter. And overnight a disturbing accusation by prosecutors to a federal judge claiming Larry Brock was likely intending to use those zip ties. His handcuffs toe hold his quote, enemies hostage. Possibly members of Congress. The FBI is also currently investigating a mix of suspected radicals it believes were present at the insurrection who may be planning more violence. Supporters of Cuban on white supremacists, the boogaloo Nazi sympathizers. You had a wide range of groups who ordinarily pursue slightly different goals. They came together and really did unite. The FBI believes last week's assault has emboldened extremists. The FBI director says agents are going full tilt. We know who you are. If you're out there on FBI agents were coming to find you. FBI director says agents are investigating 200 suspects just from the attack on the capital alone when official I spoke to last night, said the number is astounding, perhaps unprecedented for a single case. And now they have to worry about who else around the nation may be willing to take up the cause of violence. This weekend, more than 370, members of the Washington National Guard will travel to the nation's capital to help patrol. We also reached out to the governor's office about Inauguration Day. We've learned that the governor will not be going to Washington D. C for the inauguration because of covert 19 concern. There are more signs at the White House that the end of the Trump administration is near spotted at 1600, Pennsylvania Avenue, moving trucks. Donald Trump's aides seen packing up and moving on one person carrying a bust out of the West Wing as House Republicans who broke ranks and voted to impeach the president are facing the fury of Trump loyalists. Congressman Peter Mayer of Michigan, the on Lee freshman Republican who voted to impeach says some of his colleagues fear for their lives and are traveling with armed escorts. Many of us are altering the routines or continue get body armor. It's sad that we have to get to that point, But you know our expectation is that someone they tried to kill us. Liz Cheney, the most prominent Republican. Yes vote on impeachment is fighting for her political life, she said of Trump. There has never been a greater betrayal by a president of the United States, Congressman Jim Jordan and other die hard Trump supporters circulated a petition calling for her to be booted out of her leadership position. Saying that she quote brought the conference into disrepute and produced discord. But a spokesperson for Kevin McCarthy said the Republican House leader opposes the move to remove Cheney. McCarthy, who has been one of Trump's most loyal supporters, opposed impeachment, but also placed blame on Trump for the capital riot. These facts require immediate action. But President Trump Except to share responsibility. Well, the brewing unrest a full week after the riot. Trump released the video, telling his supporters to be calm and non violent. Mob violence goes against everything I believe in this after he riled them up just before the riot began. We fight like hell. And if you don't fight like hell,.
"theo fbi" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"45 votes are their bipartisan support. President Trump will likely be the first president to be impeached twice in history. That house vote scheduled for later this afternoon. We're standing by for a special report from ABC News at 11 o'clock. Then, of course, it goes on to the Senate, where it becomes more ambiguous, but again continuing coverage on WBZ news radio and the I. Heart radio APP. No Patriots playoffs, But Gillette Stadium will be filled Governor Baker opening the state's first ever mass vaccination site. Theo FBI offers up a reward for cracking a cold case in Chinatown 30 years ago, a mass murder at the time, a word of warning for international travelers coming back. To the U. S. A negative covert test will be required before you touch down and enter that starting January 26, incidentally, and President Trump again. Facing impeachment in the House for a second time for inciting an insurrection all in connection with last week's deadly siege of the U. S. Capitol. Ah house vote is scheduled for likely this afternoon. Three o'clock or later, but again right now they are debating and speaking, speaking on the House floor, already Massachusetts congressman Jim McGovern, he says, while Congress would certifying the election results, President Trump was riling up his supporters, Donald Trump and his allies were stoking the anger of a violent mob. Member of this very body proclaimed on that stage. Today is the day American patriot start taking down names and kicking ass. McGovern share of the House Rules Committee and again right now they are meeting.
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"Is 502. And thanks for starting your day this Tuesday morning with the comb all morning news. We still have plenty of showers across western Washington. It's 47 degrees along with Greg Herschel time Manda factor. You're the top stories from the coma. 24 7 News Center Theo FBI has received information indicating armed protests are being planned that all 50 state capitals and the U S Capitol next week, all leading up to Joe Biden's inauguration as president of January. 20th almost Carleen Johnson has more on how the Washington State Patrol is preparing, according to an FBI bulletin, federal, state and local law enforcement agencies across the nation of it advised to prepare for the possibility of violence after rioters stormed the U. S Capitol last week, State Patrol Communications spokesman Chris Loftis says they're ready. We've got that notice. But candidly, and this state we're already working on a number of very specific threats is seen today. So it was not Earth shaking news to us when when that notification came, if need be. The Washington National Guard could be in place yet again next week, and those who've complained the fence blocking access to the capital. The heavy guard and a state patrol presence is political theater had to be done. And we did it. It needs to be done again. We will do it. The FBI warning says there are also threats of an uprising If President Trump is removed via the 25th amendment before Inauguration Day, Carleen Johnson come on use the Pacific Northwest has become a battleground in the social media censorship war with conservative site parlor in the cross hairs Get the update from Kemal's Corwin Take Amazon Web services has banned parlor from its servers, effectively shutting the site down. In response to allegations parlor members used the site to organize theater attack on the U. S Capitol. Now the spokesman review reports of Spokane attorney acting on partner's behalf, has slapped Amazon with a breach of contract suit. John Mates his parlors chief executive. Amazon is the largest cloud storage vendor in the world, and we use them to host our servers, hundreds of servers and they gave us basically, they said. You have 24 hours to get all of your data and find new servers spoke to Fox business. Along with the lawsuit. The Seattle Times reports Parlor is working to relaunch its platform with another local company, some mannish based epic. Corwin Hague Coma News Internet service provider is allowing customers to block Facebook and Twitter T one WiFi Some customers complain says that some customers complain the social media giants have become sensors after both Facebook and Twitter band President Trump from their platforms. But one customer, says T one WiFi is censoring content. I don't want to pay almost $800 to a person or company or whatever, that's this unhinged in this kind of down the rabbit hole of conspiracy theories. Krista Yep. Spoke with KREM TV and Spokane T. One. WiFi says It's going to block Facebook and Twitter on Lee by customer request. It's 504 and coming up on the coma. Morning news. I'm Brian Calvert with Congress Person from Washington who has tested positive right after the violence in D. C. I'm Frank, Lindsay and Tacoma, where police are investigating a deadly stabbing. Time not to see what the driver.
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"Lawmakers. We're heading back to Washington for a planned vote on a second impeachment of President Trump. Federal investigators tried attack tracked down more than 100 suspects involved with last week's violence. At the U. S. Capitol soon headed to Washington. Boston Mayor Marty Walz delivers his final state of the city address tonight. Boston Police Commissioner William Grass won't tip his hand but doesn't rule out a run for Boston Mayor Theo FBI warns of armed protests planned at all 50 state capitals and in the nation's capital is well fears of more bloodshed on the rise as the nation prepares for the tradition of a peaceful transfer of power. ABC news correspondent Andrew Dember, It says At least two dozen domestic terrorism cases have been opened since last week's violence in your official tells ABC News. The writers had leadership and communication equipment, and many were former military members, one of those now under arrest Larry Brock and Air Force Academy graduate and Combat veteran, according to his arrest affidavit. It was Brocks ex wife who turned him into the FBI along with Cleveland, Grover MEREDITH. According to court documents. The FBI received information that MEREDITH recently Sent a text message saying he was thinking about putting AH bullet in Pelosi's noggin on Live TV. The local FBI office says it has no indication of any specific threats here in Boston, as well as in the capital cities of Maine, New Hampshire and Rhode Island following the siege in Washington Governor Baker and Senate president Karen Spilka Say they were are setting security needs at the Statehouse. The coronavirus surge continues to be felt from coast to coast. A BCS Alex Stone has Maura from Los Angeles health officials here say. The data shows every minute 10 people in L. A county alone or testing positive for Cove in 19 right now and every eight minutes, somebody in the county dies from Cove in 19 in a plea that sounds like it's straight from last March. Like county health officer, Dr Barbara for rare is asking people to stay home and to sanitize what they touch the damaging impact to our families and our local hospitals from this surge. Is the worst disaster our county has experienced for decades. Like Sony ABC News, LOS Angeles 17 brighten early Tuesday morning. Cloudy skies 29 in Boston out the door, not in hockey's rulebook, but high school hockey and Quincy is headed to the penalty box. Nobody. B C's Chris Fama tells us for Violations of covert restrictions happened Saturday night before and as the two teams battled on the ice, which prompted the shutdown and questions about whether or not the students should quarantine. We did receive clarifying guidance from the state Department of Public Health set, the students can return to school. The programs, however, remain on hiatus officially until the city completes a review of state guidelines under which the sport is being played right now, with the high school level. Kevin Mulvey is superintendent of Quincy schools. We don't want students and saying Only the things that they're being set up for failure. We definitely feel bad for the students. We want them to engage in these extracurricular activities because it's essential for this also emotional well being, so we'll do everything we can. We just have to make sure that when they are playing their doing so safely, Chris Mama WBZ Austin's whose radio It is also a true team effort. At U Mass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe tells US medical school students here helping doctors and nurses Roll out the new vaccine. One of many, he's just really excited to actually get involved. Start making a difference. Jake Gitlin is among the 150 U mass medical school students in Worcester who've been trained in how to administer the covert 19 vaccine to first responders. They took part in training sessions over the weekend that had them practice injecting needles into silicone dummies and then one another. Using sailing. Second year student mean a boat Rose helped organize the training program. We'd like to see it eventually grow into Large scale volunteer corps to vaccinate the general public At some point, Boutros says, it's a great feeling to know that you mass medical students are playing a small part in helping curb the spread of coronavirus. Kim Tom a cliff WBZ Boston's NewsRadio 6 19 Tuesday morning. Wall Street's winning streak snapped yesterday as a big selloff took place and it looks like a modest recovery is in the cards. At least in the early going this morning. Dow futures robot are up about 70 points. NASDAQ and S and P 500 Trading flat so far today bright lights. Big city WBC's match here says some people in Boston are literally blinded by the light All day long. You're looking at bright screens at home at work, Thanks to digital billboards. They're all over the Boston skyline to get something that if we allow it to proliferate could really change the experience of the city and of our historic neighborhood support. City Councilor Kensi Box says that is more people moved to her neighborhood's more businesses want to advertise in a bright, bold and sometimes obnoxious Way. Nobody of my constituents have talked throughout covert about how much it means to be able to walk around the city and part of that is having that light pollution not having that screen time not having your experience of being outside of the city be commodified captured that way. She's calling for a hearing on the issue this Wednesday, along with counselor Ed Flynn will quality of life in public safety concerns. And residents of fed up with it, and they want some answers from about Matt. Sure, WBZ Boston's news radio lights flashing, though in the town of Norton, in a show of support for a police officer in that community cruisers and fire vehicles with sirens blaring as well during a drive by of the home of Sergeant Stephen Dis. Fosse's The detective is currently fighting for his life in the intensive care unit at a Boston hospital. He is in a battle with covert 19. His wife, Jessica, says his lungs have not improved during his three week hospital stay. Go fund me page has been set up.
FBI bulletin warns of plans for armed protests at all 50 state capitals and in Washington ahead of Biden inauguration
"Theo FBI's warning of armed protests at the U. S Capitol in all 50 state capitals in the days leading up to President elect Joe Biden's inauguration. The FBI has reportedly received information of a group calling for the storing of state, local and federal government buildings if efforts are taken to remove President Trump Home office before binds inauguration. House Democrats have introduced an article of impeachment against Mr Trump, charging him with inciting a mob of his supporters to carry out last week's violent attack on the Capitol. The House vote on impeachment on Wednesday. The group is also planning to Lacey's to government offices across the country on January 20th inauguration day, according to the reported FBI bulletin. Bernie Bennett in
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"W O R an I Heart radio station and we've got 37 degrees at two o'clock that afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. Congressional Democrats will tomorrow debate a resolution calling on vice president Pence in the Cabinet to invoke the 25th amendment as a means of removing President Trump. Democrats say if the president's not removed, they will impeach him for incitement of insurrection as a response to last week's riot at the U. S. Capitol. ABC Legal Affairs contributor Dan Abrams has more well, There's no question that it's impeachable. The question is, will they be able to impeach and convict and I think one of the things to focus on is not just a smudge exactly what led up to the riot in this sort of hours beforehand, which will certainly be the focus, But what about the weeks beforehand? An FBI bulletin obtained by ABC News has information that a group is calling for storming state, local and federal courthouses. If the president's removed prior to Inauguration day, the National Park Service is suspended Tours of the Washington monument there. January 24th. Ryan Clark. ABC News dance More now on the violence that's apparently being planned for coming day starting this week and running through at least Inauguration Day and FBI bulletin obtained by ABC News said Armed protests are being planned in all 50 state capitals and at the U. S. Capitol. In addition, Theo FBI has received information in recent days about unidentified group calling for storming state, local and federal courthouses and administrative buildings. In the event. President Trump is removed prior to Inauguration Day, The FBI bulletin said the same girl Hope is planning to storm government offices in every state on January. 20th Aaron Carter SKI ABC News New York Governor Cuomo giving his state of the state address today, noting he was speaking from the Capitol Building war room. As we continue the war on Corona virus, it honors the unknown.
Here's who has been federally charged in the Washington DC Capitol riots
"That the feds are looking for after that deadly attack on the U. S. Capitol. At least 82 people have been arrested and now more than a dozen face federal charges we get the update from co most Tammy Natasa, the newly elected West Virginia delegate, Derrick Evans, on the other side of the law in the hands of the FBI investigators say he's seen on Facebook live while storming the country's capital. Along with other trump extremists. Theo FBI has been looking for dozens of people in the violent attack on the U. S Capitol building. They've been featured on the FBI spray. Page, FBI agents say Among those now arrested is the founder of the proud Boys, Hawaii chapter. Nick Cox, who was arrested at the Honolulu airport. Also facing charges is Lonnie Kaufman. He was arrested at the Capitol and charged with possession of destructive devices. Investigators say they found 11 Molotov cocktails filled with gasoline and homemade napalm after searching his truck. Not Richard Barnett to the list of people facing federal charges. He's the man seen in photos breaking into House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office, putting his foot up on her desk and stealing mail from her desk. I didn't steal it. I'll put a quarter on her desk email, she Are that he was arrested in Little Rock, Arkansas before he was arrested. He talked about why he didn't come back. You're out of a tree that dad the longer that death is. He didn't appreciate that. That's why don't I get down there first dates of death. And that report from co Most Tammy Moo tasa, the National Guard will be taking up
Man shown with feet on Nancy Pelosi's desk arrested
"At least 82 people have been been arrested arrested in in the the deadly deadly attack attack on on the the U. U. S S capitol capitol in in a a dozen dozen people people now now face face federal federal charges charges Come Come was was tanning. tanning. Natasa Natasa has has the the latest latest that that say say they they will will not not tolerate tolerate violent violent extremists. They say such behavior betrays the values of our democracy, so they are determined to find these people very quickly. Theo FBI has dozens of people they're looking for in the violent attack. On the U. S. Capitol building. These persons of interest are right on their front page. Among the people featured on that front page is a man seen scaling the Capitol building. Among those who are now charged is Richard Barnett. He's the man seen in photos breaking into House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office, then putting his foot up on her desk and stealing mail from her desk. Was arrested in Little Rock, Arkansas and face is three federal charges. Also facing charges is Lonnie Kaufman. He was arrested at the Capitol and charged with possession of destructive devices. Investigators say they found 11 Molotov cocktails filled with gasoline and home made napalm after searching his truck. As for Barnett, he spoke out about why he did it before he was arrested by your statement that you can appreciate that. Pete up on the death. The FBI is still looking for several others and is asking the public for tips on who these people are and where to find them.
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"A smooth, orderly and seamless transition of power. President Trump also spoke out against his protesters who stormed the capital Wednesday, saying in a video he tweeted those who broke the law will pay America is and must always be a nation of law and order. There has been 1/5 death from that attack on Capitol police officer Brian Sick. Nick died last night from his injuries. Department chief The officials are resigning after Wednesday's massive security breach. Theo FBI has released wanted posters of dozens who entered the capital vandalized. It threatened the legislature of the United States government boxes. Richards and the FBI is also offered a $50,000 reward for information searching for whoever put pipe bombs near the Republican and Democratic National Committee headquarters back to the president. Democrats say he incited Wednesday's capital Riot House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants him out of office. Now I joined the Senate Democratic leader and calling on the vice president to remove this president by immediately invoking the 25th amendment. Sources in the Vice president's office tell Fox News. Mike Pence has no intention of using the 25th amendment to declare President Trump unable to discharge his duties. Some Republicans have supported those calls, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Congress is prepared to move forward with impeachment. Fox's Sean Langil, the president only has 12 days left before Joe Biden takes over those, some Trump administration officials have resigned. Coronavirus surge keeps getting deadlier. The number of lost lives yesterday top 4000 for the first time in one day with another 274,000 new infections and near record hospitalizations. December was America's deadliest month of the pandemic, fueled by a post Thanksgiving search, and health experts fear January will be even worse because of holiday travel and family gatherings. That's Fox's Steve Rappaport. America's listening to Fox News. Staying connected continues with 1061 FM talk Winter storm warnings are up in western and central North Carolina for the mountains. The National Weather Service says most snow accumulations will be between three and six inches without the 10 in some places. The northwest Piedmont, including the Triad is also under a warning. They're expecting 2 to 3 inches of snow in the triangle. There's a winter weather advisory in place for today for scattered showers. They could turn to a wintry mix of times. Still a chance for an interest, so it's no that could happen tonight. Governor Roy Cooper is one of a handful of prominent North Carolina.
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"Who would be a part of the interview process? Vic John and myself will be the active participants. And since we're all over the age of 60, we need an active note taker. So, uh, that'll probably be Patrick's mites. Um, help help out helps out, but that will be it. After initial zoom interviews with the candidates. The finalists are expected meet face to face with Ellis, Elway and Fangio, perhaps as early as next week again, those five candidates that are scheduled interview at this point our champ Kelly, who's with the Bears George Payton, with the Vikings. Terrified men with Saint's name. Ziegler, the Patriots and Broncos director of college scouting Brian Start, Kelly was in the Broncos personnel department from 2007 to 2015 before he took the promotion to join the Bears, where he worked with Fangio for four years. Ziegler began his career in personnel with the Broncos from 2010 to 2012 before heading to New England. Not just for their third straight win tonight as they welcome the Mavericks in town. Tip off in eight o'clock. See men's basketball against number 15 organ was moved from nine o'clock tonight to three o'clock this afternoon. You'll be able to hear it right here on K away. Our pre game coverage starts at 2 30. See if he looks to get back in the win column tonight when they host UNLV at six o'clock at Moby Air Force Man Lost Boys of State last night 78 59 That's board some brain in crystalline care. We news radio on the Rockets Boston Rockies. Koray News radio time. 5 15 Right now, on Colorado's Morning news. Local leaders in D C. Disgusted and saddened by the riots at the U. S. Capitol. Mayor Muriel Bowser says that the violators are not welcome in the district. Anyone who has engaged in these activities continues to engage in these activities will be held accountable. Hundreds of Trump supporters busted into the U. S Capitol while shattering windows, ramming through doors and hurting officers along the way. One woman was fatally shot by Capitol police. Three others died as result of medical emergencies. Congress reconvened around eight o'clock last night after being in lockdown for several hours. Theo FBI is asking for information identifying people who stormed the Capital Bureau has set up a Web sites where people can't submit information. Folks consent in tips as well as digital media. The FBI's urging anyone with information to reach out to the Capitol building again was stormed by protesters yesterday, forcing Congress toehold counting of the electoral college vote. The woman shot and killed has been identified. She's from California. Actually, Babbitt was shot inside the Capitol when a group of protesters breach the building. Police say Capitol police officer fired his weapon, killing the woman from San Diego. Three other people died after suffering medical emergency that is NBC News Radio's dean Nuccio. President Trump Banning Vice President Mike Pence, is chief of staff from the White House after criticizing Pence for refusing to try and overturn the election. The president tweeting that Pence didn't have the courage to do what should have been done and the president again claim without evidence. The vote fraud cost him a second term. Marc Short, said that the president blames him for advising the vice president that he doesn't have any authority to throw out the Electoral college. Dozens of mass covert 19 vaccination sites are popping up across the country is officials looked to make this shot more available to Americans. Colorado, Texas, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania are among just some of the state's working to open facilities aimed at speeding up vaccine distribution efforts. Officials in New York City are also preparing to set up five of the centers with at least one in each of the five boroughs that is NBC News Radio's Tom Roberts. Colorado health officials are providing more guidance for the state's covered 19 vaccine distribution plan. Dr Jill Hunsaker says that the collar Department of public health and environment that local health departments will help out with the end phase of vaccine distribution..